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Changxing Island and Hengsha Island Wetland

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In Baoshan District, Baoshan District, Shanghai 201900, China
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quiet island with a beautiful gem

changxing island is off the shanghai coast. you can take a bus from the science museum or a ferry... read more

Reviewed 20 February 2017
shur c
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Hohhot, China
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20 Feb 2017
“quiet island with a beautiful gem”
27 Mar 2011
“长兴岛横沙岛湿地”
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In Baoshan District, Baoshan District, Shanghai 201900, China
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Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

changxing island is off the shanghai coast. you can take a bus from the science museum or a ferry. the island has a colonial feel and is quiet. the beach is more like a scrap yard for old ships but its worth a visit,take a...More

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tinalizardo
23 February 2017|
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Response from shur c | Reviewed this property |
take subway line 3 and get off at songbin road stop. go across the bridge and go down on the left. there should be a road infront of you go left and walk for about 500 metres,when the road forks the ferry station should be a... More
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